Vintage Marcel Breuer Cesca High Stools (pair)
The iconic chrome cantilever 'Cesca' stool was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928. Produced in Italy by Gavina for Knoll.
'Cesca' chairs are still exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In the 50’s Dino Gavina, a furniture manufacturer in Foligno, Italy, started making the chair with Breuer’s permission. The name also changed; its namesake is Breuer’s daughter Francesca, or Cesca.
It was Dino who named the chair after her. In 1968, Knoll Associates, now the Knoll Group , bought the Gavina factory.
Vogue: Bauhaus, 1970s
Origin: Italy (Made in Italy, label intact)
Designer: Marcel Breuer
Manufacturer: Gavina for Knoll
Materials: Chrome-plated tubular steel frames with beech frame and wicker seating
Size: 101cm H x 43cm W x 47cm D (height of seat to floor, middle of seat 67cm)
Condition: The stools are in good overall condition, but in keeping with their age. They do show general small signs of wear to the chrome, seating and frame. One stool has a small chip out of the black on the back top right corner and a little out of the left. The other chair has a few small chips on the middle back. The plugs on the tops of the tube frames are missing on both chairs. All shown in the photos.
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